Indo-Canadian adult movie star Sunny Leone, who shot for a Condom ad last month, has posted a glimpse of the ad on her twitter page.

First look of actress Sunny Leone in the commercial of Manforce condom (Image- Sunny Leone Twitter)
First look of actress Sunny Leone in the commercial of Manforce condom (Image- Sunny Leone Twitter)

Informing about the shooting for Manforce condom in Thailand, Sunny tweeted: "Shooting all day today and tommorrow in Thailand for Manforce Condom Commercial..Looks amazing and will soon be out worldwide (sic)."

She posted the image with a message saying, "check out my Manforce ad first look."

In the picture, Sunny posed seductively wearing a mauve wrap, holding the outfit with one hand as she shows off her cleavage.

Sunny has been riding high ever since she made her appearance on popular reality TV show "Big Boss 5."

 During the show, filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt offered the 30-year-old actress to play the lead role in "Jism 2," a sequel to 2003 hit film "Jism."

She also bagged another project to play the lead in director Ekta Kapoor's upcoming film "Ragini MMS 2."

Recently, the actress became an official resident of India to concentrate on her bollywood commitments. (Full Story)

"I have the greatest news today everyone!!! I am officially a resident of INDIA!!!!!! Wooohoooo," Sunny tweeted in April.

Recently, Sunny also became the brand ambassador for Chaze Mobile.

 "So amazing to see myself in my first mainstream commercial shoot for Chaze Mobile. You guys are gonna love it," Sunny posted on her Twitter.

Moreover, one of the popular men's magazine -FHM India- roped the actress to do a dare bare pose for its May front cover.

In the photo posted by FHM India on its official Twitter account, Sunny was seen posing in a green see through saree without a blouse. She also had let her hair down, wore bangles and had a bindi on her forehead.

Sunny's topless photo appears just months after Pakistani actress Veena Malik's nude pose for the same magazine in Dec. 2011, which triggered a big controversy both in India and Pakistan. (Full Story)